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  • Bud Reaves
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    Posted August 13, 2019

    Forest Conservation Qualified Professional Training at Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold Campus

    Forest Conservation Qualified Professional Training | Complete state-approved training leading to the Maryland Forest Conservation Qualified Professional license. Study forest stand delineation preparation, forest conservation plans, tree inventories, how construction activities affects trees, and reforestation principles and methods. CEUs issued. $325 includes $7 fee. Note: Students must meet Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ requirements to…

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  • rbellina
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    Posted August 13, 2019

    Free Association of Climate Change Officers Trainings

    Don’t delay! Sign up today for Cohorts E and F for the free Maryland Climate Leadership Academy starting in September and October respectively:  https://www.mdclimateacademy.org/programs-ccp For those outside the DC area, you can enroll in Academies elsewhere:  https://climateofficers.org/events The Association of Climate Change Officers also provides Climate Fundamentals Academies in other states:  https://climateofficers.org/fundamentals This free training…

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  • Joan S.
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    Posted August 12, 2019

    (Takoma Park, MD) HerChesapeake meeting with guest Hye Yeong Kwon of the Center for Watershed Protection

    Join us for our next meeting on Wednesday, August 21 at Republic in Takoma Park, Md. Our agenda will include a conversation about bodily autonomy, a set of stories about stepping outside of your comfort zone, and a Q&A with Hye Yeong Kwon, Executive Director of the Center for Watershed Protection. Please arrive between 6:30…

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  • NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland
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    Posted August 12, 2019

    (Middle River, MD) NHSM Canoe Trip: Watersheds Explained

    Register Here: https://marylandnature.org/events/ Watersheds explained…how it’s all connected: Do you know how many square miles the Chesapeake Bay’s watershed is? Or how many states are within its boundaries? Come join naturalist Missy Lauterbach in exploring the beautiful, marshy waterways of Dundee Creek, one of the prettiest tributaries and learn about how this wonderful watershed works!…

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  • f5091
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    Posted August 9, 2019

    ShoreRivers Hosts 15th Annual Ride for Clean Rivers

    On Sunday, September 15, ShoreRivers will host the 15th Annual Ride for Clean Rivers. Ride the beautiful back roads of Talbot and Queen Anne’s Counties in support of ShoreRivers’ work for clean waterways. This is a great way to bring summer to a close surrounded by friends, family, and fellow community members. Register at shorerivers.org before…

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  • Jenny McGarvey
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    Posted August 9, 2019

    Don’t Forget! Registration for the 9th Annual Poster Session at the Chesapeake Watershed Forum Closes August 16!

    The networking poster session will take place Saturday evening, November 16, 2019 at the Chesapeake Watershed Forum at the National Conservation Training Center, Shepherdstown, WV. The goal of the poster session is to provide the opportunity for individual presenters to share their work and/or research findings in a visual format with conference attendees. The Poster…

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  • ErinValentine
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    Posted August 8, 2019

    (Annapolis, MD) Scenic Rivers Land Trust Earns National Recognition

    Distinction Awarded for Strong Commitment to Public Trust and Conservation Excellence Annapolis, Maryland (Aug. 7, 2019) – One thing that unites us as a nation is land: Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 1988, Scenic Rivers Land Trust has been doing just that for Anne Arundel County. Now Scenic Rivers announced…

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  • NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland
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    Posted August 7, 2019

    (Middle River, MD) Canoe Trip (morning paddle): Watersheds Explained

    Please follow this link to register for this trip: https://marylandnature.wildapricot.org/event-3509490 Watersheds explained…how it’s all connected: Do you know how many square miles the Chesapeake Bay’s watershed is? Or how many states are within its boundaries? Come join naturalist Missy Lauterbach in exploring the beautiful, marshy waterways of Dundee Creek, one of the prettiest tributaries and…

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  • Ms. Kristen Hughes Evans
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    Posted August 7, 2019

    (Richmond, VA) Sustainable Chesapeake- Program Coordinator

    Sustainable Chesapeake is hiring a Program Coordinator to support our work to build organizational and collaborative operations and programs to restore the Chesapeake Bay watershed.  The position will provide support for regional partnerships, contract implementation, government grant administration, and executive-level assistance to the Executive Director and Board on business management, fundraising, communications, and administration.

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  • cont-eharris@aacps.org
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    Posted August 6, 2019

    Anne Arundel County Master Watershed Steward Certification Course Information Sessions

    Is there a flooding or drainage problem in your neighborhood, school, or place of worship? Do you want to lead your community, school or place of worship to reduce pollution? Want to get off the sidelines and make a real change? You don’t have to be an expert, we’ll show you the way!  The Watershed Stewards…

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